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28
Jun 2013

The Hall of Legends - Dif Juz: Transmission 41, 2013 June 26

We herewith induct Dif Juz into the Bombast Hall of Legends, where they join The Fall, Stereolab, Billy Childish, Coil, and Prince Far I. Tonight's special program is a confluence of two things--it's the first induction of a living artist since before I got the idea for "Physical Evidence," and it's the first time I got the huevos to interview somebody. Needless to say, we raise the bar with this episode.

True confession: I was in a band once. I think my partner would agree that we had more ideas than skill. But we of course made tapes, and of course sent them off to record labels we happened to like. One of these was 4AD.

It took forever, it seemed, for us to hear back. The answer, from all quarters, was "no." College ended, we went our separate ways (we're still friends), I stopped deejaying so that I could travel the path to academic disgrace, and I didn't have occasion to communicate with a record label for over 20 years.

Fast forward to 2013. I have this fledgling radio program on a small station, with a weekly feature called "Physical Evidence" [explained here]. I'm itching to play "Who Says So," by Dif Juz, on the feature, but I have a small problem. In 26 years of hearing the band's music I have never actually known how to pronounce their name.

At first, back in the day, I thought "Juz" was pronounced a bit like "jugs," but then talked myself out of that because it didn't make sense. "It has to sound like 'diffuse,'" I concluded--wrongly, as it turns out.

Anyway, wanting to minimize the amount of time I spend sounding foolish on air, it just struck me that I could ask the question and maybe get the correct answer. This is actually a hard thing for me to do, being naturally quite introverted. I am much more inclined to do third-party research, and had there been a definitive answer on the internet, or a YouTube interview or something, this exact program never would have happened.*

But of course no such answer is available. So one day I just said "fuck it" and wrote to 4AD, thinking, "the worst thing that can happen is that they don't forward this and don't write back," but also, "if any band member gets in touch with me I'm going to turn this into a full-blown thing." Within a couple of hours Gary Bromley wrote back, and everything proceeded from there.

I'll say more about the actual interviews when I post them, but both Gary and Richie were very gracious and funny, and extremely generous with their time, and I'm grateful for that. Gary really opened up to me about his personal issues during the last days of the band, and Richie provided some exclusive pieces of music. So this is a special, special program. I don't know how I'm going to top it.

Anyway, the music--as I say on the program, I didn't hear Dif Juz until the very end, maybe even after the fact. [Apparently it's an anniversary of sorts--it was right around this time, in 1987, that the "Lonely Is An Eyesore" comp was released.] I was compelled to go backwards in time through the band's catalogue and have been hooked ever since.

There's a wealth of great music "on display" in the program, plenty more that I didn't have time to play, and still more in the band's possession [and in the 4AD vault] waiting to be heard. As Richie Thomas says, you let the music speak for itself, so I'm pretty much going to do that here with the records I have. I can't make a better case than the musicians do themselves.

I will soon post links to the full interviews with Gary and Richie--I was able to use only a fraction of what they gave me, and there's a surplus of good stuff. But I've got to get those files sounding a little better, which will take a bit of time.

BOMBAST playlist, 2013 June 26, 2100-2300:

all songs by Dif Juz; format = "Title" [Record, Label]

  1. "HU" [Huremics, 4AD]
  2. "RE" [Huremics, 4AD]
  3. "Soarn" [Vibrating Air, 4AD]
  4. "Gunet" [Vibrating Air, 4AD]
  5. "Roy's Tray" [Who Says So?, Red Flame]
  6. "So Shy" [Who Says So?, Red Flame]
  7. "Song With No Name" [Who Says So?, Red Flame]
  8. "Tabla Piece" [Who Says So?, Red Flame]
  9. "SWNN Part 2" [Who Says So?, Red Flame]
  10. "Pass It On Charlie" [Who Says So?, Red Flame]
  11. "Channel" [Who Says So?, Red Flame]
  12. "The Dub Song" [Who Says So?, Red Flame]
  13. "Twin and Earth" [Extractions, 4AD]
  14. "Two Fine Days (And a Thunderstorm)" [Extractions, 4AD]
  15. "The Good the Bad the Ugly ('Heset' detail)" [Time Clock Turn Back, Pleasantly Surprised--underscoring interview]
  16. "No Motion" [Lonely Is An Eyesore compilation, 4AD]
  17. "Trance" [Time Clock Turn Back, Pleasantly Surprised--underscoring interview]
  18. "The Dub Song" [unreleased live recording]
  19. "'Rainbow' Theme / HU" [unreleased live recording]

next time--the inevitable letdown of a "regular" Bombast. Enjoy this music. I mean it. --kid catharsis

* Dif Juz are an awesome band and worthy Hall of Legends inductees but there isn't that much of their music available. Even Richie Thomas was surprised I was devoting two hours to it.

Also: full Gary Bromley interview available here, and full Richie Thomas interview here.

24
Jun 2013

Drown the World In Astral Fire: Transmission 40, 2013 June 19

coilsummersolstice.jpgOne good show is a blip; two in a row is a pattern. We live in hope. It was an unseasonably cool evening, but nevertheless the summer solstice was upon us. Hall of Legends inductees Coil are not for the weak, especially with tonight's record, but they have a strange knack of going well with other things.

The current interface of my podcast site forces me to be brief, and somewhat spontaneous, for which I suspect you are grateful. Anyway, for a while I had gotten away from listening to my shows after the fact, just going over the talking bits and skipping past the music. The last couple of weeks I have gone for the full package. This is a good show, you guys. I do good shows on occasion. The "rock" bits are perhaps a bit less integrated than I would hope--good thing I describe this program as a "trail mix"--but things get weird and interesting in the second hour. I would listen to this even if I weren't doing the program myself.

That said, I wish all my voiceovers could be as focused and error-free as the last one. That is a constant struggle.

Hey, speaking of the Hall of Legends, tune in at 9 pm EDT on Wednesday, the 26th for our newest induction: DIF JUZ.

BOMBAST playlist, 2013 June 19, 2100-2300:

  1. Caveman: "Pricey" [Fat Possum]
  2. Coil: "Bee Stings" [Eskaton] / "Physical Evidence"
  3. Daega Sound: "Fox Wing" [Black Box]
  4. Kick 'Em Jenny: "Stressed Up" [BBE]
  5. Throwing Muses: "Him Dancing" [4AD / Sire] / "Listening Parlour"
  6. Stefan Vincent: "Fool Me Again" [Balans]
  7. Glimpse: "L Plate" [Aus]
  8. Moonlighters: "Broken Heart" [BBE]
  9. Coil: "Glowworms / Waveforms" [Eskaton] / "Physical Evidence"
  10. Estrangers: "Moonraker" [Phuzz Sounds]
  11. Siriusmo: "Doctor Beak" [Monkeytown]
  12. The Chameleons: "The Fan and the Bellows" [Blue Apple]
  13. Gold Panda: "Flinton" [Ghostly International]
  14. Coil: "Summer Substructures" [Eskaton] / "Physical Evidence"
  15. Carlos and the Bandidos: "Fever" [BBE]
  16. X: "Wild Thing" [Elektra] / "Listening Parlour"
  17. Troller: "__" Handmade Birds
  18. Nhar: "They Are Painted Augurs" [Boxer]
  19. The Orb featuring Lee "Scratch" Perry: "No Ice Age" [Cooking Vinyl]
  20. Coil: "A Warning from the Sun (for Fritz)" [Eskaton] / "Physical Evidence"
  21. Sonny & The Sunsets: "Green Blood" [Polyvinyl]
  22. The Flaming Stars: "Broken Heart" [Vinyl Japan]
  23. Ana Helder: "Puqui" [Comeme]
  24. Mathew Jonson: "Metropolis" [Minus]

next time: vibrating air and songs with no name--Dif Juz enshrined. enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

21
Jun 2013

In Satisfaction of Every Outrage: Transmission 39, 2013 June 15

cabaretvoltairecrackdown.jpegThis program took place very late at night (for me) after a very long day, and (apparently) sounds it. What was originally meant to be an "overflow" program (this is, nominally, "Test Pattern" and not the weekly "Bombast") turned out to be more or less a "current" selection. My standing plan to play Cabaret Voltaire was given added impetus by news of the massive reissues to come later this year.

Here is a thing at which I am trying to improve, for other people's sake if not my own: the time-appropriateness of music. I have done mid-afternoon, "prime time," and late-night programs at WRFI; I would guess that, back in the day, I did live radio during every possible 3-hour block of time at some point. I realize that people have "ideas" about what kind of music "works" at various times, but I have long been an "industrial music in the morning" type. Alright, that's not a type, it's just me, apparently, but the point is that I don't share these "ideas." Or haven't. I might be getting more conventional as I age, but certain things are starting to "feel" better to me at certain hours.

One reason I wanted to move back to evenings is that I felt restricted by the 3-5pm Saturday time slot. Some tracks didn't seem "right" for that program, for reasons I can't articulate, and they do seem "right" for 9-11pm. You get the picture. Is there music that doesn't seem appropriate before 11pm but does hit the spot afterwards? I have written before of Cabaret Voltaire's "late night ambiance," and I play what I think are some "after hours" sounds from The Crackdown--but otherwise I am not sure that this program "obeys the time" any more than usual. Nevertheless it was a nice "palette cleanser" after my troubled Wednesday night program.

After the program I heard from two of my biggest fans. I am of course referring to the Senior Catharses. They informed me, variously, that I sounded "tired" during this program [due to my shallowness of affect, it's hard to tell, but I guess things do sound "different" in the second hour] and that my program made good underscoring while they watched Suze Orman. I do strive to be useful.

BOMBAST playlist, 2013 June 15-16, 2300-0100:

  1. Horace Andy: "Natural Mystic" [Clocktower]
  2. Cabaret Voltaire: "24-24" [Some Bizarre / Virgin] / "Physical Evidence"
  3. Dub Spencer & Trance Hill: "Black Princess Lady" [Echo Beach]
  4. Marnie Stern: "Immortals" [Kill Rock Stars]
  5. Wareika Hill Sounds: "No More War" [Honest Jon's]
  6. Wild Billy Chyldish & The Spartan Dreggs: "Feuds and Fuss of Dancing Kings" [Damaged Goods]
  7. Kinski: "riffDAD" [Kill Rock Stars]
  8. Winston Edwards and Blackbeard: "Hyde Park Corner Investigation" [Studio 16]
  9. Gems: "Where Gary" [Don't Be a Lout]
  10. Cabaret Voltaire: "In the Shadows" [Some Bizarre / Virgin] / "Physical Evidence"
  11. Colomach: "Cotocun Gba Gounke" [Soundway]
  12. Simian Mobile Disco: "Wooden" [Delicacies]
  13. Kalambya Boys: "Kivelenge" [Soundway]
  14. Cabaret Voltaire: "Haiti" [Some Bizarre / Virgin] / "Physical Evidence"
  15. Little Big Orchestra: "Toys and Diamonds" [Good Ratio]
  16. Semi-Colon: "Isi Agboncha" [Comb & Razor]
  17. Klaus Dinger & Japandorf: "Udon" [Gronland]
  18. Cabaret Voltaire: "Diskono" [Some Bizarre / Virgin] / "Physical Evidence"
  19. Boom Bip & Charlie White: "Mik & Mel" [Lex]
  20. Springintgut: "Where We Need No Map" [Pingipung]
  21. Date Palms: "Night Riding the Skyline" [Thrill Jockey]
  22. No Joy: "Lunar Phobia" [Kemado / Mexican Summer]

next time: warnings from the sun. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

17
Jun 2013

What It Means To Go Home from an Evening: Transmission 38, 2013 June 12

gregfoatgroupgirlandrobotremixes.jpgThings had been going well in il mondo Bumbastico, so I guess I should feel "grateful" for the dose of humility that this program administered. Awkwardness and mistakes are plentiful. I played an extra song by Sugar; the segue from CLOSE to "Panama City Motel" was surprisingly nice, although the segue out of that unplanned Sugar song was a trainwreck. Also, I forgot Junior's short "Physical Evidence" intros on three of the Greg Foat tracks. Good thing there's quality music for you to hear. The program isn't nearly so bad when the songs are playing, and not nearly as bad as it felt in real time.

There is a problem that has plagued me for as long as I can remember: what to do about other people. Not being John Galt, I depend on them. But I seldom enjoy myself around them. Frequently I must venture into the world and engage with them, but I treasure the times when I don't face that burden. It's no joke when I say on the program that I enjoy the separation between myself and my listeners. In the control room, I am comfortable flying solo much of the time, but during fundraising we are "encouraged" (not ironic quotation marks, just a literal quote) to request money on air with the aid of a co-pilot--because in someone's mind it "sounds better" when two people do it.

Here's the thing, and I write this knowing my cyber-stalker is visiting, so I know I risk a lecture or something: things that "sound better" in someone's mind than the thing I would rather hear or do almost never deliver on their promises. If there's a thing I want to happen, and someone else says, "this other thing sounds better," I just know there's a letdown ahead. This particular thing--two hosts instead of one--is an aesthetic choice, and a subjective choice, sort of like saying "an accordion sounds better than a clarinet." I don't have a particular stand on these instruments, but I feel like I'm standing on pretty solid ground saying that a great clarinet player is going to produce better music than a lousy accordionist, and that asking the clarinettist to produce greatness from the accordion is a misplaced hope.

Anyway, being a "team player," I put out a call for a cohost for this program, and "Deejay Saywhat," god bless her, responded. The results are in the sound file--at least for the first hour, before she had to catch her bus. Chemistry is a fickle thing, and I just don't have it with that many people. Most of them live far away, or already have programs at WRFI, and Lady Catharsis is only available once every few months. So it's no surprise that the first hour is pretty rough going. So much for polyphony. Nothing against Deejay Saywhat--it is hero's work to sit in the booth with me. To top off this story with an ironic cherry, not every host at the station heeded this call to team up with someone for fundraising. Some shows that are regularly solo affairs remained that way. So the evening's futility gains some underscoring as a bonus.

We are still, albeit just barely, keeping score in our ongoing contest with iTunes, so "Girl and Robot with Flowers Remixed" makes it 5-0 to Bombast.

Also, this show contains a personal highlight that might not be noticeable to others if I don't point it out. So here goes: I was very happy to discover Sir Basil Outernational, and to have spoken to him for an hour or so the day before this program. He is, of course, Gary Bromley of Dif Juz, who will be featured soon on an episode devoted entirely to their music. Stay tuned.

BOMBAST playlist, 2013 June 12, 2100-2300:

  1. Hreno: "Over My Head (She's Possessed Mix)" [Meander]
  2. The Greg Foat Group: "Girl and Robot with Flowers, Part 5 (featuring Luminarja)" [Jazzman] / "Physical Evidence"
  3. Simian Mobile Disco: "A Species Out of Control" [Delicacies]
  4. Blackdown, Farrah, Dusk: "Lonely Moon (Android Heartbreak Drumz Remix)" [Keysound]
  5. The Famous Nyahururu Boys: "Mwendwa" [Soundway]
  6. Dub Spencer & Trance Hill: "The World Is Dub Enough" [Echo Beach]
  7. Sugar: "Gee Angel" [Creation / Rykodisc] / "Listening Parlour"
  8. Will Saul Presents CLOSE: "Future Love" [Studio K7]
  9. Sugar: "Panama City Motel" [Creation / Rykodisc]
  10. The Greg Foat Group: "Girl and Robot with Flowers, Part 4 (Cherrystone Remix)" [Jazzman] / "Physical Evidence"
  11. GRMLN: "Teenage Rhythm" [Carpark]
  12. The Greg Foat Group: "Clear Skies Select Stick (Vakula Remix)" [Jazzman] / "Physical Evidence"
  13. Christian Vance: "Uneasy Me" [Art of Vengeance]
  14. Sir Basil Outernational: "Flat Sun A" [self-released]
  15. The Greg Foat Group: "For a Breath I Tarry (Francis Dosoo's Borrowed Breath Remix)" [Jazzman] / "Physical Evidence"
  16. The Human League: "Crow and a Baby" [Caroline / Virgin] / "Listening Parlour"
  17. Future Bible Heroes: "Don't You Want Me?" [Merge]
  18. Jon Hopkins: "Breathe This Air" [Domino]
  19. The Greg Foat Group: "Have Spacesuit Will Travel, Part 2 (Linkwood Remix)" [Jazzman] / "Physical Evidence"
  20. The Weirdos: "Teenage (demo)" [Bomp]
  21. Stimming: "When I'm Drunk" [DIYNamic]
  22. The Black Lips: "Freakout" [Bomp]
  23. Bleached: "Looking for a Fight" [Dead Oceans]
  24. Heavy Stereo: "Sleep Freak (demo)" [Volume]

Next time: cleansing the palette, exhaustion, and Suze Orman. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

14
Jun 2013

At Which Point Joie de Vivre Will Take Over: Transmission 37, 2013 June 11

daisyhillpuppyfarmspraycan.jpegThis particular night felt like old times: an emergency program on less than 24 hours' notice, and deejaying in the wee hours, which I have not done for at least 20 years. Daisy Hill Puppy Farm, appreciated in their own time probably by me and about 499 other people, probably deserved a "prime time" airing, but I had to go with something for which Catharsis Junior already had her intro "in the can," as they say. But I am glad I got some quality stuff, like Boom Bip / Charlie White and Alex Dimou, out of my "system."

We are indeed fundraising this week, so there is more motivated chatter than usual. Visit wrfi.org to find out more.

BOMBAST playlist, 2013 June 11-12, 2300-0100:

  1. Kinski: "Throw It Up" [Kill Rock Stars]
  2. Boom Bip & Charlie White: "Sabrina" [Lex]
  3. Witch: "Look Out" [Now-Again]
  4. Wareika Hill Sounds: "Chant Rasta" [Honest Jon's]
  5. The Cannanes: "Zone" [Explosion Robinson / Lamingtone]
  6. Daisy Hill Puppy Farm: "Youngblood" [Lakeland] / "Physical Evidence"
  7. Lapalux: "Swallowing Smoke" [Brainfeeder]
  8. Gems: "Tall Mountain" [Don't Be a Lout]
  9. Les Fils du Calvaire: "Femme d'Affaires - Manjul Dub" [Circus Company / Because]
  10. Syclops: "5 In" [Bubble Tease]
  11. Chymera: "Isa" [Dirt Crew]
  12. Dub Spencer & Trance Hill: "This Is England" [Echo Beach]
  13. Daisy Hill Puppy Farm: "Spraycan" [Lakeland] / "Physical Evidence"
  14. Les Sins: "Grind" [Jiaolong]
  15. Daisy Hill Puppy Farm: "Crusher" [Lakeland] / "Physical Evidence"
  16. Janka Nabay & Bubu Gang: "Eh Mane Ah" [Luaka Bop]
  17. Dur-Dur Band: "Dholey" [Awesome Tapes from Africa]
  18. Daisy Hill Puppy Farm: "17" [Lakeland] / "Physical Evidence"
  19. Dump: "Bus Kicker's Theme" [Morr Music]
  20. Alex Dimou: "Halemweg" [Klic]

next time: guest co-pilot, distraction, and errors.

10
Jun 2013

This Is How We Roll: Transmission 36, 2013 June 8

stairsmaryjoanna.jpegNot much to say or much time in which to say it. We bid farewell to Saturdays for the time being with a good show to enjoy on an overcast mediocrity of a day. I thought "Physical Evidence" called out for something "rocking" this week, and The Stairs satisfy that need in glorious mono. Also, Janice Whaley performs what has to be the first Smiths cover I have ever enjoyed [side note: The Smiths join Cabaret Voltaire on the list of "bands whose music I can't believe I have not yet played"]. And, it really did happen the way I described--Thee Mighty Caesars made the sun break through the clouds.

I'm sure it is just coincidence, but I have been fantasizing about having played at least a serendipitous role in that Eric Random record seeing the light of day. I have no idea who or what is responsible for all the feed hits and episode hits that this website tells me I am getting, since I seldom hear from anyone and have a modest number of Facebook "likes." Maybe the Klanggalerie people are on board? Anyway, big things are in the works, as I have hinted previously, and it would be "awesome, awesome" [as I am apparently fond of saying] if serendipity or something more would grace the music I am about to air in a couple of weeks.

For now, we "roll on" with a regular show on Wednesday June 12 [it's Wednesdays on the reg now] at 9pm EDT. Hope you will spend it with me.

BOMBAST playlist, 2013 June 8, 1500-1700:

  1. Jack Hammer: "Twist in the Morning" [Popcorn]
  2. Boy + Kite: "Our July" [self-released]
  3. Safety Scissors: "Lemon Scented Moist Pillowette" [BPitch Control]
  4. The Stairs: "Mary Joanna" [Go! Discs] / "Physical Evidence"
  5. EM.MA: "Peridot" [Keysound]
  6. Rodney & The Blazers: "Warpaint" [TT Shaker]
  7. The Durutti Column: "Stupid Steppenwolf (Pt. 1)" [Factory Benelux]
  8. Moleskin: "Burst" [Keysound]
  9. Pascale Comelade: "Spinoza Was a Soul Garagist" [Because]
  10. Hooded Fang: "Sailor Bull" [Full Time Hobby]
  11. The Magnetic Fields: "Absolutely Cuckoo" [Merge] / "Listening Parlour"
  12. The Stairs: "Mad Song" [Go! Discs] / "Physical Evidence"
  13. Tony Allen & Abayomy Afrobeat Orquestra (Feat. Bnegao): "Afro Beatz - Remix by Robin LeDuc" [Comet]
  14. Thee Mighty Caesars: "Psycho" [Damaged Goods]
  15. Ferrein: "Hover" [Musik Gewinnt Freunde]
  16. King Tuff: "Ruthie Ruthie" [Burger]
  17. Francisco Allendes: "El Regreso de Los Abuelos" [Desolat]
  18. The Stairs: "I Can Only Give You Everything" [Go! Discs] / "Physical Evidence"
  19. Mount Kimble: "Fall Out" [Warp]
  20. A Certain Ratio: "Knife Slits Water (7" version)" [Factory Benelux]
  21. The Pastels: "Check My Heart" [Domino]
  22. double helix: "LDN VIP" [Keysound]
  23. Tijuana Panthers: "Tony's Song" [Innovative Leisure]
  24. Pixies: "Tony's Theme" [4AD / Elektra]
  25. The Stairs: "Squashed Tomato Stomp" [Go! Discs] / "Physical Evidence"
  26. Vic Chesnutt: "Fun / Party / Shoestring Store" [New West] / "Listening Parlour"
  27. Janice Whaley: "Shoplifters of the World Unite" [self-released]
  28. Eric Random and the Bedlamites: "Hardcore" [Doublevision]
  29. Afro 70: "Week End" [Soundway]

next time: I said I didn't want to jinx it. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

3
Jun 2013

Have Love Will Travel: Transmission 35, 2013 June 01

michellegunelephantgearblues.gif"I just wanted to chill," says our host, figuratively and literally. June makes a scorching debut, and BOMBAST rocks out in an air conditioned studio [sort of] with little regard for exterior conditions. I had paid my outdoor dues, earlier in the day, at our Ithaca Festival booth, conveniently located in the wind tunnel that was the Cornell Daily Sun lot. Breezes are nice, even artificial ones, but dear god what miserable weather we were having.

AFAIAC, anyone whose favorite season in Ithaca is not "Winter" is a straight-up crazy person. Please do not speak to me of the road-soiled, shrinking piles of snow that characterize our Spring, or the two or three days of "Fall colors" that Nature grants before subjecting us to eight weeks of slimy, wet, brown leaves underfoot. As for "Summer," I would like to imagine universal agreement on the point that 91-degree days in Ithaca are good for nothing more than finding out just how much a human being can sweat, but I suppose it takes all kinds.

Wednesday night, parade night, was much more refreshing--a 15-minute thundershower giving way to a moderate evening for walking [or rolling, in my case] through the streets of downtown. Our float and live broadcast were raging successes, or so I am told. Check out the pictures at our Facebook page.

Musically, this program was a lot of fun. I don't feel as good about many shows as I do about this one. No doubt Thee Michelle Gun Elephant plays a large part in this, but in general the segues are tight and the voice-overs are delivered more smoothly than usual. The Program Director in me thinks that maybe this Kid Catharsis has a future in radio after all, which probably means that next week's show will be a shambles.

Also, it was great to receive a phone call from Switzerland immediately after the program. While we try to press forward mercilessly as far as music is concerned, history and legacy mean something to us, so it was a privilege to speak to a broadcasting legend.

BOMBAST playlist, 2013 June 1, 1500-1700:

  1. The Lionheart Brothers: "The Drift - Morten Oby & Prins Thomas Edit" [Full Pupp]
  2. Dur-Dur Band: "Garsore Waa Ilaah" [Awesome Tapes from Africa]
  3. Stiv Bators: "Have Love Will Travel" [Bomp]
  4. Kinski: "Skim MILF" [Kill Rock Stars]
  5. Ackin', M. Akamatsu: "Tembezi - Marcellus Pitman Remix" [Internasjonal]
  6. Thee Michelle Gun Elephant: "Smokin' Billy" [Alive] / "Physical Evidence"
  7. Chymera: "Disc" [Dirt Crew]
  8. Justin Walter: "Awakening" [Kranky]
  9. Scott Wood: "Chicken Rock" [TT Shaker]
  10. Throwing Muses: "Ride Into the Sun" [4AD] / "Listening Parlour"
  11. Dub Spencer & Trance Hill: "Supercops" [Echo Beach]
  12. Gray: "Mockingbird" [Plush Safe]
  13. Witch: "Kangalaitoito" [Now-Again]
  14. Jerry Johnson: "Zion Rock" [Deeper Knowledge]
  15. Thee Michelle Gun Elephant: "West Cabaret Drive" [Alive] / "Physical Evidence"
  16. Rodion G.A.: "Caravane" [Strut]
  17. The Black Keys: "Have Love Will Travel" [Fat Possum]
  18. Thee Michelle Gun Elephant: "Satanic Boom Boom Head" [Alive] / "Physical Evidence"
  19. Aera: "Baby / Comet / Face" [Aleph]
  20. The Black Dog: "Cult Mentality" [Dust Science]
  21. Thee Michelle Gun Elephant: "Free Devil Jam" [Alive] / "Physical Evidence"
  22. Jesse Ruins: "Uxbal in A Allusive" [Lefse]
  23. Lalo Guererro: "Los Chucos Suaves" [Jazzman]
  24. Fredda: "Journal Intime" [Le Pop Musik]
  25. Tom Waits: "Childrens Story" [Anti-] / "Listening Parlour"
  26. Man or Astro-Man?: "Defcon 4" [WARM Electronic]
  27. Swamp Dogg: "Total Destruction to Your Mind" [Alive]
  28. Thee Headcoatees: "Have Love Will Travel" [Vinyl Japan]

Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

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